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Future Football Schedules (Updated 6/18/2020)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by TGfan06, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. TGfan06

    TGfan06 Senior Hurler

    2020 Ohio State Football Schedule
    Sept. 5 - Bowling Green
    Sept. 12 - at Oregon
    Sept. 19 - Buffalo
    Sept. 26 - Rutgers
    Oct. 3 - Bye
    Oct. 10 - Iowa
    Oct. 17 - at Michigan State
    Oct. 24 - at Penn State
    Oct. 31 - Nebraska
    Nov. 7 - Indiana
    Nov. 14 - at Maryland
    Nov. 21 - at Illinois
    Nov. 28 - Michigan
    Dec. 5 - Big Ten Championship Game

    2021 Ohio State Football Schedule
    Sept. 2 - at Minnesota
    Sept. 11 - Oregon
    Sept. 18 - Tulsa
    Sept. 25 - Akron
    Oct. 2 - at Nebraska
    Oct. 9 - Purdue
    Oct. 16 - Bye
    Oct. 23 - at Rutgers
    Oct. 30 - Michigan State
    Nov. 6 - at Indiana
    Nov. 13 - Maryland
    Nov. 20 - Penn State
    Nov. 27 - at Michigan
    Dec. 4 - Big Ten Championship Game

    2022 Ohio State Football Schedule
    Sept. 3 – Notre Dame
    Sept. 10 – Arkansas State
    Sept. 17 – Toledo
    Sept. 24 – at Michigan State
    Oct. 1 – at Penn State
    Oct. 8 – Rutgers
    Oct. 15 – Iowa
    Oct. 22 – Off
    Oct. 29 – Indiana
    Nov. 5 – at Northwestern
    Nov. 12 – Wisconsin
    Nov. 19 – at Maryland
    Nov. 26 – Michigan
    Dec. 3 – Big Ten Championship Game

    2023 Ohio State Football Schedule
    Sept. 2 – at Indiana
    Sept. 9 – San Jose State
    Sept. 16 – Western Kentucky
    Sept. 23 – at Notre Dame
    Sept. 30 – Off
    Oct. 7 – Maryland
    Oct. 14 – at Purdue
    Oct. 21 – Penn State
    Oct. 28 – at Wisconsin
    Nov. 4 – at Rutgers
    Nov. 11 – Michigan State
    Nov. 18 – Minnesota
    Nov. 25 – at Michigan
    Dec. 2 – Big Ten Championship Game

    2024 Ohio State Football Schedule
    (Two non-conference games/dates TBD)
    Sept. 14 – at Washington
    Sept. 28 – Illinois
    Oct. 5 – Rutgers
    Oct. 12 – at Nebraska
    Oct. 19 – Off
    Oct. 26 – Wisconsin
    Nov. 2 – at Maryland
    Nov. 9 – at Penn State
    Nov. 16 – Indiana
    Nov. 23 – at Michigan State
    Nov. 30 – Michigan
    Dec. 7 – Big Ten Championship Game

    2025 Ohio State Football Schedule
    Aug. 30 – Texas
    Sept. 6 – Off
    Sept. 13 – Washington
    Sept. 20 – at Indiana
    Sept. 27 – at Iowa
    Oct. 4 – Maryland
    Oct. 11 – at Wisconsin
    Oct. 18 – Connecticut
    Oct. 25 – at Rutgers
    Nov. 1 – Northwestern
    Nov. 8 – Off
    Nov. 15 – Penn State
    Nov. 22 – Michigan State
    Nov. 29 – at Michigan
    Dec. 6 – Big Ten Championship Game

    2026 Ohio State Football Schedule

    Sept. 12 – at Texas
    Sept. 19 – Boston College
    Oct. 5 – Ball State

    2027 Ohio State Football Schedule

    TBA – at Boston College
    TBA - Alabama

    2028 Ohio State Football Schedule

    TBA - at Alabama

    2029 Ohio State Football Schedule

    2030 Ohio State Football Schedule

    Sept. 14 – at Georgia

    2031 Ohio State Football Schedule

    Aug. 30 – Georgia
    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 18, 2020
  2. i think it was 'we'll take all commers'
  3. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand. Staff Member

    Probably that tOSU will continue to put one of the top teams in the country on the field that will compete with anybody. A home and home with USC and Miami... can't get better than that.
    UrbanBuckeye likes this.
  4. bryanhd20

    bryanhd20 Freshman

    BRING EM ON!!!!!! At least if we beat these guys at the beginning of the year we won't have to hear anyone crying at the end of it that we didn't play anybody! GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. 27- Syracuse-OSU Who ya rooting for ?? LOL!
  6. the b10 schedules are set...03 started a new 8 year cycle, i have no idea where to find them though.
  7. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    What were you thinking when you started this thread? :roll1:
  8. bukIpower

    bukIpower Senior

    I believe we get V-tech in there somewhere
  9. Jaxbuck

    Jaxbuck I hate tsun ‘18 Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Man 06 looks like a living bitch of a schedule for a team that will be breaking in a lot of new faces.

    Also, how much you want to bet that '09 @ WSU gets moved elsewhere, maybe even sold back to C'bus. Just makes no financial sense for anyone to play that game in Pullman.
  10. when they came here rumors were to move it to the seahawks new stadium.
  11. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Not until 2014 and 2015 if I'm not mistaken.
  12. Buckeye513

    Buckeye513 Stable Genius

    What's wrong with having an early season challenge? Bring them bitches on.
  13. spraguezilla

    spraguezilla Rookie

    I love the fact that we have the opportunity to play against the top teams in the country. With the Big 10 being as tough as it is, I am sure the Buckeyes could get away with playing a weak nonconference schedule, but then I think you run the risk of coming in third like Auburn did this year. No way are the Buckeyes not one of the top two teams in the country if they go undefeated against those teams. How great is it going to be to see Texas, USC, and Miami (FL.) in the Horseshoe ? I hope all three will be night games.:osu4:
  14. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ

    From what we've seen from Tressel's teams, we seem to show up big time for early season challenges. We decimated WSU, Washington, scUM (last year, biggest underdog challenge in his 4 years), etc. Now I know it won't necessarily always be that successful, but I am usually more worried about the "little games" (purdue, wisconsin, purdue, northwestern, cincinatti, etc).

    On another note, IMO by the time Miami rolls around, I think they'll have slipped further than they have thus far.
  15. martinss01

    martinss01 blissfully stupid

    i love the idea. we always play well against big teams early in the year.

    dead on. *shrug* perhaps we got tired of hearing about these other teams having pansy schedules and decided to do something about it.

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